|Exit Ticket / Phil and Jo Schiffbauer / CC BY 2.0|
Back to School: Put Exit Ticket Strategies to Good Use
by Heather Lamb
August 18, 2015
Do you use an exit ticket strategy in your classroom? Or have you thought about trying the idea? Do you ask your students to write reflections about what they learned in class that day? Some teachers ask for answers to particular questions. Others use clicker systems to gather their exit ticket data.
Why do we use exit tickets? They help us to learn what our students have learned. And they ensure that we hear from all our students.
In this article Heather Lamb discusses exit ticket strategies. She also provides examples.
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6 Ideas for Creating Math Centers
by Beth Holland
August 17, 2015
Learning centers are useful in classrooms. They give students opportunities to work independently or in groups. Centers can be used when students need to review skills. Teachers can differentiate the content and skills their students are practicing. Learning centers are often a good way to help students use technology as they explore, review, and solve problems.
|Communication is the Key / Sebastien Wiertz / CC BY 2.0|
Successful Parent Teacher Communication Tips: 3 Important Times We Have to Talk
by Vicki Davis
August 19, 2015
Vicki Davis shares ideas to help parent-teacher communications be more effective. Read her tips for communication at the beginning of parent-teacher relationships, ongoing through the school year, and when problems arise.
|Emma High Fives at In and Out / Julie Jordan Scott / CC BY 2.0|
5 Fabulous Tools That Will Make Your Class Immediately Student Centered
by Paul Bogush
August 24, 2015
Paul Bogush share 5 tools to help your classroom become student-centered. He tells how to use these tools and why to use them. No reveals here! This is an article I suggest you read... and it is worth the read!